DNB Dojo Mix Series 77: Dan Guidance

Dan Guidance steps up for episode 77 of our exclusive mix series, dishing up an hour of tasty liquid rollers (and a few darker numbers) including a host of his own tunes for All Street, Such Music and Exiled Recordings. Melodic vibes a plenty!

As always you can check out the mix via Soundcloud below or head to Youtube or iTunes to stream. You can also grab a download from Google Drive.

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Premiere: Hiraeth – The Fall of Babylon

Such Music are back with a fresh single from Belgian artist Hiraeth, previously known as Orion. The producer continues his trend for deep, rolling D&B with buckets of soul on The Fall of Babylon, harnessing a classic reggae vocal sample amid deep synths and evocative strings for a top-notch laid back roller. This one is out today at all good stores!

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Premiere: Low:r – Over 9000

Low:r returns to Such Music and the Dojo spotlight with a seriously funky jam! Over 9000 dials up the energy to appropriately exuberant levels and layers huge brassy synth hits with funk guitar and a bassline packed full of bounce. There’s even some rhodes action for a hint of the Blues Brothers! Something quite different from the usual D&B fare, but still more than big enough to smash up the dance. This one drops at all the usual outlets Feb 4th.

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DNB Dojo Mix Series 59: Low:r

Our latest exclusive mix comes courtesy of UK liquid artist Low:r! With releases for Such Music, Terra Firma and Soulvent, Low:r has been carving a reputation as a rising star of the deep liquid scene and his selections here showcase the ear for that style; fresh beats from Telomic, Arch Origin and Northern Zone sit alongside classics from the likes of Calibre and of course some dubs from the man himself. Wicked stuff!

As always you can check out the mix via Soundcloud below or head to Youtube or iTunes to stream. You can also grab a download from Google Drive. Keep up with all the latest from Low:r on his Facebook, Twitter and Soundcloud pages…

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Premiere: 4Everest – False

Such Music wrap up their 2017 with a cracking new single from label boss Toomas aka 4Everest, and we’ve got the exclusive on A side False! Combining tough breaks and heavy dancefloor bass with softer melodic touches, the track hits that beautiful sweet spot of light and dark we like to call “liquid with teeth”. Sick one! Look for this one dropping December 18th at all the usual stores…

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Premiere: Orion – All Around

US liquid imprint Such Music are back in the Dojo spotlight today as we present the premiere of All Around. Belgian producer Orion makes his debut on the label following releases for the likes of Influenza and Soul Deep, bringing his blend of precision drums and deep, hypnotic sounds on a subtle and understated roller. Check it out and look for the single dropping Oct 30th exclusively on Beatport.

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Premiere: Chris Cause – Ethereal

Our latest premiere comes from US liquid stable Such Music who bring us a shimmering roller from Chris Cause! Ethereal is a slick and understated little number; rolling breaks, uplifting melodies and warm bass, treading that wonderful line of soft euphoria without straying into cheesier “hands in the air” territory. Blissful! Look for this one from September 11th at all good digital outlets.

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December Roundup Part Two

We’ve been a little less active than usual with the posts this festive season so for our very last post of 2015 we’re rounding up the best releases this month which might otherwise have slipped the net. Read on for new beats from Trilo, Was A Be, Sikey and more… Continue reading

October Roundup Part Two

Once again we’ve had too many good releases dropping into the inbox so here’s part two of our roundup for October featuring Arcatype, Silent Witness, Rockwell, Dub Berzerker, Soul Intent and more!  Continue reading

Stickbubbly – String Theory [Such Music]


LA liquid imprint Such Music bring us their tenth release from the rather oddly named Stickbubbly, who returns to the label with more of his crisp, melodic rollers. String Theory bubbles away with style and aplomb, floaty melodies giving the tune it’s character over a solid bedrock of beats and bass.

Over on the flip Take Flight brings the energy down a few notches to explore the half-time tempo, and I’ve gotta say I hope to hear more liquid operating in this beat pattern. Lush! Check out the clips below and grab this one from your favourite store right now!